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WWE Clash of Champions 2016 PPV Results & Review Coverage Live

Posted by Anthony Mango Sunday, September 25, 2016
The 2016 WWE Clash of Champions pay-per-view event takes place September 25, 2016 at the Bankers Life Fieldhouse in Indianapolis, Indiana exclusive to the Raw brand. Follow along with WWE Clash of Champions 2016 ppv live online coverage of results and review here. Who will win? When the time comes, check out the live coverage of the 2016 Clash of Champions pay-per-view with results and review here. You can check out my predictions here with the spoilers of all these matches and more. Live coverage of the special event will begin as soon as the pre-show starts. Stay tuned!

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Our pre-show panel consists of Renee Young, Lita, Booker T and Jerry Lawler. Per usual, they give their thoughts on the upcoming matches and not all that much transpires. Sheamus talks about the Best of Seven Series, they make fun of Tom Phillips' haircut, etc.

Kickoff Match: Nia Jax vs. Alicia Fox

RESULTS: Nia Jax via pinfall.
THOUGHTS: I'm surprised they had Alicia put up as much of a fight as she did. Also, I dig her new ring gear. All in all, though, this went the way it was expected, with Nia being the clear winner.

Raw Tag Team Championship Match: The New Day (c) vs. Luke Gallows & Karl Anderson

RESULTS: The New Day via pinfall (after the Midnight Hour following Xavier Woods hitting Anderson with Francesca II)
THOUGHTS: Very solid opening match. I'm happy The New Day retained, but also happy they won in a way that kept Anderson and Gallows looking strong. We're off to a good start.

Cruiserweight Championship Match: T.J. Perkins (c) vs. Brian Kendrick

RESULTS: T.J. Perkins via submission.
THOUGHTS: Another great match, as expected for the cruiserweight division. Kendrick's veteran status allowed him to dictate the pace of the match while Perkins brought some fresh theatrics to it. Also, how cool is Perkins' new theme? It sounds like a Mega Man level!

After the match, Andrea D'Marco steps into the ring to interview Perkins, but Kendrick wants to embrace him first. They shake hands and then Kendrick headbutts Perkins. Ha!

Backstage, Tom Phillips interviews Cesaro.

Best of Seven Series Final Match: Cesaro vs. Sheamus

RESULTS: The match is ruled a no-contest as both men were told not to continue competing after spilling over the barricade on the outside and seemingly being injured.
THOUGHTS: You're going to be shocked to hear me say this, as the outcome is kind of bullshit and I also have a track record of not liking Sheamus, but I thought this was great!

Backstage, Charlotte bitches about Bayley being in the match while Bayley talks about how she's been waiting for this for her whole life (you've heard that story before). Blah blah blah.

Sami Zayn vs. Chris Jericho

RESULTS: Chris Jericho via pinfall (Codebreaker).
THOUGHTS: Another great match, as expected. This was awesome.

Backstage, Kevin Owens talks to Stephanie McMahon and Mick Foley. Owens is going to show the world that he's "the man" and not Seth Rollins, who is "the mistake" instead.

Raw Women's Championship Triple Threat Match: Charlotte (c) vs. Sasha Banks vs. Bayley

RESULTS: Charlotte via pinfall (big boot).
THOUGHTS: Another good match. This event is really just banging on all cylinders. I still don't like Charlotte as champion, but it makes sense for her to win.

United States Championship Match: Rusev (c) vs. Roman Reigns

RESULTS: Roman Reigns wins the title via pinfall.
THOUGHTS: My least favorite match of the night, but it wasn't horrible. I'm questioning the decision to put the title on Reigns, though.

Backstage, Seth Rollins talks to Mick Foley and Stephanie McMahon. They basically repeat the same stuff about Rollins' skepticism of Triple H's actions.

Universal Championship Match: Kevin Owens (c) vs. Seth Rollins

RESULTS: Kevin Owens via pinfall after interference from Chris Jericho, a referee bump, and other distractions.
THOUGHTS: Not the best match of the night, nor as good as I was hoping it would be, although I enjoyed it. I'm happy with the outcome as well, since this was booked in a way where Rollins doesn't look bad and Owens looks like a slimy bastard.

Make sure to check out the post-show podcast review on our YouTube channel for a more in-depth breakdown recapping what transpired and my thoughts on the pay-per-view!


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